Rich Klein’s wishes for 2012 include good vibes for the sports card show and hobby shop community.
Rich Klein enters the octagon with the newest UFC product from Topps.
A couple of major issues and some eclectic cards make 1922 stand out as a year that attracts buyers–and sellers.
Topps kept its winning theme going in 1956–bigger cards with action and portrait art on the front. Fifty-five years later, collectors are paying big bucks for the cards every Yankee fan wanted.
…well, not the actual Cup. But it does have championship provenance.
Enjoy the extra day off…we are.
Look inside for the week’s top stories.
The iconic pack is still the foundation of collecting. To open or not open…that is the question.
Michael Cuddyer of the Minnesota Twins isn’t old enough to have seen Harmon Killebrew play, but in a terrific column for FSN North, he recalls some of the things the late slugger did to help him–including how to treat fans.
The Uni Watch blog detours into the fascinating arena of rare and valuable title bling.
Upper Deck’s Exquisite line defined the high-end hoops market during the last decade.
After winning the long fight to make trading cards to compete with Topps, Fleer ultimately met its demise…but not before causing a splash or two.
A look at ITG’s latest goalie-centered hockey card set.
MnM Sportscards combines scarcity with history in one of the lots in its online auction, set to begin this weekend.
Shadowbox inserts return for another year with autographed versions this time around. SPx ‘Finite Rookies’ will provide added chase with three different tiers of numbering.
Love ’em or loathe ’em, those wacky Packer uniforms from last Sunday’s game are being offered for sale.
They look pretty good for 119. The rules of basketball pinned to the wall of a Massachusetts gym by James Naismith, are going on the auction block.
Gerry Downs has lived all over eastern Canada, carrying decades worth of cards, autographs and anything else hockey-related with him.
They were meant to be cut…but not everyone thought so. Collectors and speculators salivate when uncut Post Cereal back panels come up for bid.
Allen & Ginter appeals to those who like a little something other than baseball in their card packs.